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Monday, August 19, 2002
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Redefining a figurative identity
A retrospective of Paritosh Sen, the grand old man of Indian art, is on in the City till the end of the month.
Tharoor: In the best of traditions
He works on everything but India in his UN role, and writes about nothing but India in his books. Shashi Tharoor, who describes himself as a `believing Hindu', kept the two roles strictly apart even during his visit to the City to mark the relaunch o f his book, Riot. And the audience at the reading session found his good looks and mild theatricality as charming as his words.
In search of a craft heart
An assorted group of craftspersons is being showcased in Shoppers' Stop as part of its promotion programme, Parikrama. But can such an effort, lacking in vision and quality control, bring the exquisite Indian crafts any honour?
HOT BREADS is a Chennai-based establishment that provides expertise to franchisees in many parts of India. It has franchisee outlets in Delhi, Kochi, Hyderabad, Chennai, Pune, Mumbai, Coimbatore, and other cities. The Bangalore franchisee - ...
Bought those precious bathroom and kitchen fittings only to discover that the colours clash and the washbasin looms over the commode? Despair not, help is at hand.
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